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California drought spurs protest over 'unconscion...
Last month a protest at a Nestlé Waters North America bottling plant in Sacramento, the state capital, forced a one-day closure as protesters brandishing symbolic plastic torches and pitchforks...
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California State Water Resources Control Board
Library calendar: Puppet show, yoga, crafts
... 2 p.m. Boiling Springs Library, Race to the Plant Exchange. Call 864-578-3665. Monday 11 a.m. Headquarters Library, “The...
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Ramblers savour the sights of spring
At this time of the year the Maltese islands offer some of the most fascinating country walks in the Mediterranean, taking in secluded coastal zones, an exhilarating array of scenic landscapes rich in...
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New from Ken Liu: The Grace Of Kings
Epic fantasy goes East Asian with vast armies, shapeshifting gods, and silkpunk technologies. IMAGINE bamboo and silk airships that compress and expand their gasbags to change their amount of lift,...
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Two Former Ministers Face Expulsion
THE Zanu PF Midlands provincial executive committee has resolved to expel former minister in the vice president's office
Buka and provincial minister, Jason Mashaya. A provincial meeting held...
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Rails To Trails Promotes Fitness And Eco-Awarenes...
In celebration of the upcoming Earth Day, more than 40 participants marched over three miles on a trail made possible by Chautauqua Rails To Trails. Chautauqua Rails To Trails is an organization that...
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High School Roundup - April 19, 2015
Topsail 7, Middle Creek 3 The Pirates pounded out 11 hits, including three home runs, to claim their 13th consecutive victory. Topsail (18-1) trailed 3-1 after four innings, but scored six runs in...
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Remote tribe's antibiotic resistance
A remote tribe in the Venezuelan Amazon appears to be resistant to modern antibiotics even though its members have had barely any contact with the outside world, researchers say. The people, known as...
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Icahn School of Medicine
Norfolk Island rides
Dionne Christian discovers that horseback is just one way to see Norfolk Island’s spectacular scenery Emily Bay is perfect for swimming and snorkelling. Photo / Supplied We'd been on Norfolk Island...
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Five myths about illegal wildlife trafficking
An anti-poaching ranger patrols the Ol Pejeta Conservancy near Nanyuki, some 200km north of Nairobi, Kenya. (Dai Kurokawa/EPA) Monica Medina is senior director for international ocean policy at the...
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Washington D.C. working to go green
As Kermit the Frog lamented, “It’s not easy being green.” But that hasn’t stopped Washington, D.C., from going green, environmentally speaking that is. This Wednesday, April 22, marks the 45th...
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U.S. Green Building Council
George Washington University
14 booked on suspicion of DWI in East Baton Rouge...
Authorities arrested at least 14 people suspected of driving while intoxicated in East Baton Rouge Parish — including a St. Francisville man on a fourth-offense DWI — and booked them into Parish...
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Currie, Duffy Win XTERRA Asia-Pacific Championship
Currie, Duffy Win XTERRA Asia-Pacific Championship Braden Currie and
Duffy won the men’s and women’s elite titles at the second annual XTERRA Asia-Pacific Championship race at Callala Beach in...
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Twenty reasons to visit Uluru
The Red Centre offers awe-inspiring nature, as well as a wealth of cultural, astronomical and gastronomical experiences. 1 Ride around the Rock In pictures, it appears monolithic, but get up close...
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Press Talk: Let's get ready to rumble!
Lou Brancaccio is The Columbian’s editor. Looks like the M&M boys will be turning into the M vs. M boys. At least for an upcoming election. A delicious battle is brewing to see which one of these...
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Hema Malini's Braj Mahotsav shifted to April 25-2...
Hema Malini's Braj Mahotsav shifted to April 25-26 Bharatiya Janta Party leader Hema Malini has announced that the two-day Braj Mahotsav, which was postponed due to the farmers being adversely...
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Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum now open
SINGAPORE: The doors of the Republic’s first natural history museum officially opened on Saturday (Apr 28), giving visitors the opportunity to see centuries-old exhibits from a unique collection, most...
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Teo Chee Hean
A tropical paradise in the middle of the Atlantic...
I am terribly confused. When I envisioned landing on some far-flung islands in the Atlantic Ocean – five and half hours east of Toronto; two hours southwest of Lisbon – I had only the fuzziest of...
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United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization
Baby Expo a boomer
Shea-Lee and Isabella Stanton. Cathy Bundy and Patrick Peters. Rachel Cootes and Oliver Raslan. Taiga, Andy and Maki McNey. Leanne and Levi Clarke. James, Dorothy, Rosie and Romeo...
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An Adirondack solution in Japan
That's nothing for Mount Fuji, the most-climbed mountain in the world. About 320,000 people climb the 12,388-foot dormant volcano each year during the July and August climbing season. In contrast, a...
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